Overwatch 2: the collaboration with One-Punch Man launched on video, Doomfist Saitama, Kiriko Tragic Tornado and Genji Genos available

There Season 3 ofOverwatch 2 currently in full swing and Blizzard has just published this evening a big update launching in particular the collaboration between its competitive shooter and the world of manga One-Punch Man. Three Legendary skins are available in the shop for a few days.

Against 2,500 Overwatch Coinsplayers can fall for the batch Doomfist x Saitama with the skin bald heroI’Training Program emotereply One hundred pushups…entering the scene Live from Saitama and a business card for the player profile. The lot Kiriko x Tragic Tornado is displayed at 2,100 Overwatch Coinswith the skin of Tatsumakithe celebration Terribly impressive and a business card. Finally, the batch Genji x Genos is offered for 1,900 Overwatch Coins with the skin namesake and a business card.

Moreover, Blizzard is launching a new event challenge in order to unlock, for free this time, cosmetic elements for Soldier: 76. By playing 4, 8, 12, 16, 20 then 24 games, you can unlock the lucky charm Fist of Saitamavisit card Rider wheelsthe celebration Justice on a bikeentering the scene crash of justicethe lucky charm Boros Then there Rider Wheels skin.

Overwatch One Punch Man Skins

Finally, the store Overwatch League updates with lucky charms with the logos of all the teams and skins OWL of this season 2023. The opportunity to discover the new colors of Vegas Eternal And Seoul Infernalwhich replace as a reminder Paris Eternal And Philadelphia Fusion.

Overwatch 2 is as a reminder playable in free-to-play on PC, PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch, you can find prepaid cards Battle.net at the house of Micromania.

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